In this novel she strives to reinvoke
all that embattled and threatened her airless youth and, at the same time, to highlight her characters' experiences of surviving, connecting, acting, and finding pleasure and breathing space.
Men being victimized can reinvoke
shame that is ingrained in unwillingness or failure to perpetuate masculine norms (Dunn, 2012).
He argues Miranda warnings should be expanded to include a warning regarding the right to silence, a right to reinvoke
silence, and a more detailed explanation of the right to counsel.
Thus, Milbank concludes, it is only "if we can reinvoke
, like Augustine, another city, another history, another mode of being," that we can "discover for ourselves a social space that is not the space of the pagus crossed with the dominium of an arbitrary, Scotist God" (321).
Such logic reflected policy-makers' attempts to reinvoke
a depoliticized depiction of workplace discrimination as an unintentional problem awaiting a technical solution.
However, some primitives may store information in the knowledge base or even reinvoke
the planner after executing a turn.
Halim, angered by what was happening, made an attempt to reinvoke
the authority of the inheritance:
Through writing, it is the ghost of desire that Roth hopes to reinvoke
, to resurrect in the aging Zuckerman, in which case "exit ghost" can only be seen as ironic.
externality and indifference The eminent contemporary biologist Ernst Mayr, for instance, wants to reinvoke
some version of teleology as appropriate to the subject matter of biology, but he only admits it as circumscribed by the sphere of mechanism though he himself does not acknowledge this, not having made the determinacy of mechanism explicit.
Here it is crucial to reinvoke
the point made above.
Now that we have seen the eclipse of the Marxist project, in the wake of the manifold failures of the communist state system that emerged in its name, it is time to reinvoke
the anarchist tradition.
By sending money to this woman in New Orleans despite her own tenuous circumstances, Judith attempts to reinvoke
the plantation culture and hopes to place herself higher on the ladder of race and class by giving money to a woman who does not appear to need it.